Call for urgent action on energy drinks as new UK research reveals daily use among young people

A consistent number of young people are having energy drinks daily, despite an overall drop in the consumption of sugary beverages over time, new research has found. Academics at Cardiff University analyzed the responses of more than 176,000 secondary school children aged 11 to 16. They found between 2013 to 2017, when their use began to be recorded, the proportion […]

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Blocking middle seats on planes reduces risk of COVID-19 spread: CDC

CDC: Fully vaccinated people can travel in US John Hopkins University professor of health policy Dr. Marty Makary weighs in on CDC’s new air travel guidance on ‘FOX News Live’ Blocking middle seats on planes reduces the risk of exposure to COVID-19, a new study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) suggests. As airlines continue to allow […]

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Why You Should Think Twice About Driving Your Car Almost On Empty

We’ve all done it, some of us more often than others; we’re almost home from work and notice the gas gauge leaning on the edge of empty. We’re exhausted and just want to get home to our couch, so we say to ourselves, “I know my car. She’ll make it,” and then pat the steering wheel reassuringly, affectionately. We promise […]

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LOL! Kim Kardashian's Kids Interrupt Her Tanning Time: 'Mom Life on Vacay'

These pictures are worth a thousand words — and then some! Since Kim Kardashian and Kanye West added Mom and Dad to their résumés in 2013, they’ve been sharing adorable photos of their family. The KKW Beauty creator gave birth to their eldest daughter, North, in June 2013, followed by son Saint two years later. The couple went on to […]

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We’ve smuggled tiny diamonds into cells to shine light on the development of cancer

Over the years, scientists have put together an amazing array of microscopic markers that they can place within cells whenever they need to label and observe distinct parts of a cell’s interior. Such labeling is used for a wide array of research, including cancer research. But sneaking these markers into cells, through the membrane that protects them from unwanted substances, […]

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FDA warns on unapproved CBD products marketed for pain relief

Fox News Flash top headlines for March 23 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. The Food and Drug Administration issued a warning to two companies selling over-the-counter products labeled as containing cannabidiol (CBD) without receiving the agency’s approval to do so. The agency has accused the companies, identified as Honest Globe Inc. and […]

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Researchers close in on root of slow motor learning in autism

Social deficits attract so much attention in the study of autism spectrum disorder, it’s easy to forget there are motor learning deficits during early childhood as well. For autistic kids hoping to throw a ball around the schoolyard and connect with classmates, these physical skill differences can isolate a child further. In a new study published in Nature Neuroscience, researchers […]

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Health insurance on Colorado’s exchange could be $50 cheaper after COVID-19 rescue package – The Denver Post

People who previously earned too much to get financial help buying insurance on the state marketplace may find better deals if they look again. Connect for Health Colorado, which runs the state’s individual health insurance marketplace, estimates the average customer will save about $56.30 per month, following a change in how tax credits are calculated. Normally, families who earn more […]

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WHO experts to meet on AstraZeneca shot as virus cases surge

WHO safety experts prepared to meet Tuesday over the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine whose rollout has been halted in several European countries over blood clot fears, imperilling the pandemic fight as infection rates surge. The three largest EU nations—Germany, Italy and France—joined others in suspending the shot Monday, dealing a blow to the global immunisation campaign against a disease that has […]

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Baby No. 4? Kourtney Kardashian Reflects on Freezing Her Eggs

Better safe than sorry! While Kourtney Kardashian is uncertain about having more kids, she feels “peace of mind” after freezing her eggs. Planning Ahead! Kenya Moore and More Celebs Open Up About Freezing Embryos “I froze mine and hopefully they’re sitting there OK just for — you never know,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 41, said on the […]

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